– Mrs Ward- Monday Tuesday Wednesday (Beginning of the Week)
– Mrs Martin – Wednesday Thursday Friday (End of the Week)
-Mrs Herron and Miss Barren
We have a class library where children can take a book home on any day and return it when they have finished with it. Please enjoy sharing these books together.
Each Wednesday, there will be a home learning activity sent out for the week. We would love you to complete it and send us photo’s on Tapestry. If you would like a book to complete this in (to keep at home), please let a member of the team know. Thank you.
Your child has a ‘Sound of the Week’ folder at home, each week we will send the relevant sheet home for you to look at together.
Every Nursery 2 child will have a reading book by the Summer term, Nursery 1 children can have one if they choose.
Beginning – New books go out on Wednesday. We ask them to be returned on Monday please.
End – New books go out on Friday. We ask them to be returned on Wednesday please.
Autumn Term 2021
Welcome to all our new children who have joined us in September!
Watch this space to see what exciting things the children have been up to since September!
SPRING TERM 2020
Well what a strange start to the year…another Lockdown! We are happy to have Nursery open and we hope that all our families that have decided to stay at home are ok.
We want you to know that we are here for you if you need us…
Please keep in touch with us via Tapestry, and stay safe.
We have been thinking really carefully about the shapes square, triangle and circle. Here we are finding them around us. The children at home showed us some fabulous examples too..
Ice cream sales!
The children have absolutely loved selling ice creams during the cold weather over the last few weeks!
Dedicated chicken helpers
The Nursery children have been absolute superstars with our chickens. They love collecting the eggs, filling the feeders, cleaning out the water containers and just spending time with their well-loved pets.
Snow much fun!
We certainly embraced the snowy weather at Nursery!
AUTUMN TERM 2020
The returning Nursery children have settled well after having a long time away from school. They have settled back into routines and have loved seeing old friends and playing together. We have welcomed lots of new children into Nursery and the transition so far has been very positive. Thank you families for your support as we get used to the new way of Nursery life during these strange times.
In the first few weeks of Nursery the children have shown us their fascination of dinosaurs by creating a large dinosaur in the painting area, dinosaur hunting and chasing outside, using the large small world dinosaurs in the indoor and outdoor areas and creating dinosaur footprints with stampers that we made from apple that had fallen from the trees in our garden.
Children in Need day
The Children enjoyed wearing Children in Need clothing to school and completing lots of fun activities, including dot to dots, colouring pages and practising their cutting skills by cutting circles to decorate Pudsey with. The children enjoyed watching the ‘Duck Races’ and cheered for our winners.
Egg-citing news! Our pet chickens arrived from the ‘Fresh Start for Hens’ charity this weekend.
They have been rescued as they are 18 months old and the farm that they were laying eggs for has finished with them…so we have given them a chance of a longer and happy life.
We will be taking it in turns in Nursery to care for the chickens: feeding them, changing their water and picking up their poo!
We have 7 chickens and are busy thinking of names for them all.
Learning to mix paint
Over the last few weeks the children have enjoyed exploring the paint area, learning how to mix paints to create different colours. They have followed the instructions well and used the tricky pumps to squirt out little amounts of different colours that they wish to mix.
After half term we began reading the story ‘Owl Babies’. The children have enjoyed listening to the story, learning facts about owls, talking about how Sarah, Percy and Bill feel, making owl masks and retelling the story in our role play area using the puppets and props. We are looking forward to real owls visiting us in school soon …
Owl Visit by SMJ Falconry
Rhiannon brought 4 owls to visit us: Molly the Tawny Owl, JD the Barn Owl, Bubbles and Midge. We loved finding out about what they eat and how they live. We all got a turn to hold an owl and we even got to see one fly!
We then created our own Owl Art by using the well known ‘Dab-a-tissue’ technique! We hope that you have enjoyed seeing them in our window.
We have been practising our mark-making skills by drawing on large paper together…look at our ‘duck fingers’!
We had a super time dancing, eating and playing games at our party! And we loved having a visit from a very special visitor…
It was so much fun and the children behaved amazingly – well done everyone.
You have been SUPERSTARS this term and we are so proud of you.
Egg-citing news! Our pet chickens arrived from the ‘Fresh Start for Hens’ charity last weekend. They have been rescued as they are 18 months old and the farm that they were laying eggs for has Read more…
Hello boys, girls and families. I hope that you had a lovely Easter break and are all ok at home. I have had lots more emails sent to me with photos of you keeping Read more…
Hello Nursery! I have really enjoyed filming videos for you over the past few weeks. Here are some quick links so that you can find them easily. Keep the requests coming in! 😊 Mrs Read more…
Spring 2 in Nursery Hello lovely Nursery children and families! What a strange half term it has turned out to be. School has closed so that we can stop Coronavirus from spreading as much as Read more…
Lots of Winter fun has taken place this half term. We found lots of ice! And we enjoyed the story of ‘That’s Not My Penguin’ as our Class reader. Read more…